How Does Live Blood Cell Analysis Work?

We take a quick and painless finger prick of blood, then using a high powered microscope and high definition software we explain what we see in your blood cells and plasma. This is a fascinating experience and can help you put pieces of the puzzle together regarding what's happening in your body and how that is impacting your health.

What is a Layered Blood Analysis?

Layered Blood Analysis is like a historic evaluation of your cells.As an example think of the rings in the trunk of a tree. It indicates weaknesses and how they have developed over your lifetime. This is a great tool for tracking your internal health before you feel any major issues developing e.g. osteoporosis

Can Anyone Do Live Cell Analysis?

Anyone can have live cell testing; you don't have to be unwell. It can be a pedictor of health and a useful guide to course correct some basics e.g. diet.

How Long is Each Treatment?

Each initial visit is approximately an hour long. You will receive a report and pictures. You will leave with a clear understanding of what the technician has viewed. A copy of the report is sent to your doctor. Follow-up testing may be encouraged as it provides information to track your progress. These are shorter appointements and the fee is adjusted.

What is Live Blood Cell Analysis?

With a drop of blood drawn painlessly from your finger, this test can provide an amazing amount of information about your health. Live Cell Blood Analysis is simple, quick and accurate. It provides real time results that are viewed on a monitor and discussed together with the technician. Seeing it live exposes so much more for the patiient and means your doctor can accurately course correct your program management.

What Can Live Blood Cell Analysis Reveal?

  • Areas of toxicity and congestion
  • Heavy metals
  • Immune stress or dysfunction
  • Free radical activity
  • Candida Yeast/Fungus
  • Bacteria/Parasites
  • PH imbalance-over acidity or alkalinity
  • Crystalline structures
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Sugar imbalances
  • Allergies/food intolerances
  • Adrenal and thyroid health
  • Malabsorption of proteins and fats

Will I Need a Referral?

No referall is necesarry.


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